The hardware on your replacement windows can make a huge impact on the design of the room those windows are in. Hardware comes in different colors and styles, depending on the style of window that you choose for to replace the windows in your Long Island home. Although window hardware may seem like a small matter, it can make a big difference in appearance of your home’s interior. Here’s what to know.
Your home is likely your largest, and probably most important, investment. Home value is so important to your financial picture when you’re a homeowner. As long as you continue to invest to protect the value of your home, you’ll likely reap the rewards when you sell.
Even if you never choose to sell your home, investing in your property can improve your quality of life now and make your day-to-day existence more enjoyable. Savvy homeowners know it’s worth it to put in time and effort into their home and reap the benefits today, and tomorrow. Below are three ways that you can boost your home’s value and enjoy your home at the same time.
Replacing the windows in your home is a big investment that will pay dividends (or not) for years. When you’re planning to install windows in your home, it’s critical that you choose the best window dealer and installer that you can to maximize the potential return on your investment, both in comfort, energy bills and resale value. By selecting the right professionals for the job, you can help ensure that your project will go smoothly, the windows you install will be of high value, and you’ll continue to be happy about your window installation for years to come.
When you work with Renewal by Andersen of Long Island for your window replacement, you’ll enjoy complete peace of mind about your window installation. Here’s what you need to know about installing windows from Renewal by Andersen of Long Island.
Typical traditional stock window styles include bay, bow, single hung, double hung, sliding, picture and casement. However, not all residential windows fit into these narrow categories. If your home’s windows are an unusual shape, they would be considered Specialty Windows. Here’s what to know about before beginning your home’s replacement window project.
Paint doesn’t last forever and it needs regular maintenance. If done right, paint should last for a few years, under ideal circumstances. If the paint on your window frames is peeling, knowing why can help you take care of your window frames and avoid this problem in the future. It could be that the paint has lived out its service life – or it may be that environmental factors is causing the paint to fail prematurely. Here’s what you need to know.